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TTTTCSDAY, . M A R C H i. DAILY COURIER, CONNELU VILLE. FIYE?. J POOL PROPOSED TO HOLD PRICES So ho me Is I l o \ i s o d !j Mrrnbrr ' r u r l i n m o i i t as Spring Fashions for Milady GOVERNMENT WOULD BUY IT P,\ M U M R O 1 K 1 K K S . · C n i t e d I'r'-.'u; S'at'f r o m - H p o n d ' . M i ! . \ I . O . N f / O X , . M a r c h ·!.-·· A now w h e a t j pact, e n a - h l i n c ( J i c a t H r i t a i n t c r c i ; i ; - | l a t e i n t h o B r i t i s h Isles t h e . s u p p l y j :\nd p r i c e - of s r a i n r a i s e d in the [ d o m i n i o n s , has b - e u sUKK?ited a s o n e of t h e m o a n s f o r w e l d i n g f l t o I S r i t i s i i K m p i - e i n t o a n e c o n o m i c u n i t . The scheme. d"vlH«l by K. K. Wi.se, h a l o r i t e m e m b e r of P a r l i a m e n t , ;--' designed to g l w l l r l t i s h f a r m e r s a . - t a b l e p r i c e f o r t h e i r w h e a t , t o p r o t e c t t h e m a - K a i n s r . t l i e d u m p i n g of iorciiui s u b s i d i z e d K r a i : . a n d t o e n c o u r a t t e t.he d f i m i u l o n s t o p u r c h a s e l i r i t i s h m a n u f a c t u r e d i.ouds i n e x c h a n g e f o r . s t a n d i n g o r d e r s i n B r i t a i n f o r t h e n - Wise w o u l d f.Tfitr a p u b l i c c o r p o r a t i o n t o p u r c h a s e i n b u l k t.he w h e a t o u t p u t o f t h e ( o m i u i o t i ' - , store i t i n U t i K l a n d . a n d r e l e a s e i t o n t h e m a r k e t in a s ' e a d y ilov u u v o u l s p e c u l a t i " ' , ; a n d s h a r p f l u c t u a t i o n s . T h e c o r p o r a t i i i i w o u l d b e c o i n p O M -d o f e x p e r t w h e a 1 b u y e r s n o m i n a t e d b y the b o a r d of t fiid.- or t i n - l o a r - - l "!' a g r i c u l t u r e am l i l i a n e c d b y t t i e e \ - h e i | U e r . O p e r i t i o n s w o u l d be o n a n o n - p o l i t i c a l , u n t - p r o l h basis. A w h e a t i m p o r t board w o u l d s u p p l y a r e g u l a r s t a i n l i n - . ; t o t h " C - . i n a d i a n a n d A u s t r a l i a n w h e a t pools f o r inn-.u of t h e i r c r o p s . d r a i n w o u l d b o r e leased a c c o r d i : - : ; t o t i n : a m o u n t , o f I J r u . i s h wlie-at . - . v a i i a b i e . Wise's, p r o j x sals art- based on tho c o n t f M i t i o n t h a t , H m i s h f a r m e r s aiv e n t i r e l y a t t h e m e r c y o f d o m i n i o n a m i f o r e i g n e x p o r t - r s , "So lor.p; as t h o p r i c e of B r i t i s h w h e a t d e p e n d s o n c h a n c e f l u c t u a t i o n s f r o m w e e k t o w e e k o f I h u p r i c e s o f i m p o r t e d w h e n ; , it, i s i d l e l o t r y t o Xul a n y s t e a d ; - b a s i s of p r i c e f o r t h e K u g l i s h p r o d i . c t w i t h o u t c o n t r o l l i n g ; t h e p r i c e o f i m p o r t e d w h e a t w h e n sold i n t h i s c o u n t r y , " w i s e s a i d . "TlHM'o is u s !y one p r a c t i c a l way b w h i c h t h i s co I'.d b e d o n e , a n d t h a t is ay p i t t t i n . u in! the h a n d s of an o r ^ a n - ix/ation set u n for t h i s p u r p o s e by P a r l i a m e n t , t i n ; w h o l e r e s p o n s i b i l i t y for the impor, of w h e a t i n t o tho c o n n - t r y o n t h e in d e r s t a n d i n c ; t h a t i t w i l l a v e r a p e the- p r i c e , r,ia!ity b y ( i i i a l i t y . a n d s u p p l y t ! ' e mi!!.-, a t s t e a d y price.- t h r o u g h o u t Cie y e a r . T h e s e p r i c e ; - w o u l d n a t u r e [ : g o v e r n t h p r i v at. w h i c . h e i t h e r tin.- i m p o r t board o r t h e m i l l s - vou'.d p u r c h a s e l i r i t t s h whoa', f r o m t h o f a n n e r s . " U r a i u d u m p e d i n K u ^ l a u d b y f o r e i g n p r o d u c e r s w o u l d h e p u r c h a s e d ty t h e i m p o r t , b o a r d a n d p o o l e d w i t ' t t i n ; d o - . i i i n i o u .u-ra'.n. Tin- p r o f i t , m a d e b y bu./iir-: a d u m p i n : ; p r i c e s w o u l d v;i .- »J i-.ii? At the left, a . oting lady is displaying a tne-piecc ctpelet cost unit of St. German ? green kaslta. The distinctive feature of this cret- tion is the bo pleat which circles the skirt. A /lowing cape adds to the charm of the ensemble. At the right, smart simplicity is achieved in a erfect!y tailored model of sharkskin, which featott* tha nipped-in vaixtline and wrap-around skirt. Bridgeport r . I U I V . K P O K T . M a r c h f . --The L a d i e s ' H i l d e I ' l u . - . - - i f t ' n ; U n i o n H i m - ! (i;ty S c J i o o l ](iet. u s T h u r s d a y ' - v e n i t i K , I at the h o m e of .\ ".«. f r a n k . M i t c h e l l ; to m a k e p l a n s f o : tin. 1 c c l c b r a t i o a o'' 1 its t w e n t i e t h a n i v c r . s a r v , to \x:\ h e i ! M a r c h 1 S . The class w a s o r n a m » of the (Move-. 0, W i l l Misn Mamlu 1 ·.her, u n t i l a few e w e n t t o Melve-t.'s is tho dcsiro ot t h o f o r m e r membe.r;; U'iso b e l i e v e s t i i a i l i t e b u l k ] ) i i v - ehasi; f f» 'ii i m p o r t s w o u l d riiv- K n g l a i u j a v a l u a b l e : .nsiru:u'.-nt t'";' d v e i o p i n u h - - i ( x p o r T t r i d . - w i t h l l . i D o i n i n i n i ; . - - .nrl " i i i 1 r ;i;-"i".c;r.t u r . i i S m i t h a s [ h e 1e; y e a r s a p o w h c - n :·· port, t o r e s i d e . I t class ( ; i i a v e a ! p r e . M f i t t a t t h e a f ! l i r . ! M r s . t i o o !*;(/ i n p l e , M r s . H a r r y ! K h ' i t n e , Mrs;. Th M i i a h C a r i t o t ! , M r s . j \ V i - l d o i i J i . t i e ; ; , M r s . O e o r g e K n ^ l e , ; M I ) I . Mrs. H e n r y \ V e l d o t i .lones, M r s . Mr.s. M a r y C u r i t o u · a! t r - i i d i n t ; a. b i r t h - j h u r s . ' i a y in h o n o r of j haba u n h , m o t i i e r of i iin-d, a t h e r holm.. mm PLEASANT COUNCIL WILL TAKE UP WATER PURCHASE C o m m i t t e e Will !i« Seat to JIarrisburtf to Secure I n f o r m a t i o n . TAX MILLAGE FIXED AT 16 c i a l IM T h A C'.. PLEASANT. it, i l H r e g u l a r rn heard a p t ' l i t i o n I payere on purc.ham:- of I ho j Alt-io ;i r e p o r t was l a u d wat.tr com mil t SiU-t.h -i.-- cUiiK- !a«t. f r o m tax- w a t e r plant. read f r o m tho tiro ot: H U K K " s t i i i K t.bat Meyersdale . - . I K Y K U S l i . M . K . . M a r c h t . l . a s t j K i i d a y i - w i i i n K M r . a n d M r s . P a u l C l u l t o u e n t ' I ' t a i n e d t h " m e n i l n - r s the l i v e h u n I r e . I l u l l at a t u r k e y ( n i - r w h i c h '-.-as s e r v e d a t t h e C r y s ' a l j ,-;i,'c a; i'-::'ei o ' . - l o c k . A f t e r M i l h n d d o n e , | i i l i ' - . l o t h e iiK-a! '.h'- p a r t y i e - I I ' - i i r e d t o t h e C l n t i o n h o m e H h e r e l e v M - i i ! h o u r s w - r o spoilt i n ( t l t i y i n g c a r d - : . T w i n t y j-.ites.ts w e n - p n : S " i i i . ; M i . . . U a ! | i l » l i a r n e t i - i i a r ' J t i i i i f ; i y e n - | n - r t a i n « ' d b'.st F r i d a y e v e n i n g a t l u - f homo, ( h e ' r y s t a l C a f e , in honor o f i i c r "7lh b rtlnhi.y. T h i r t y - ! \vo K'Hist.s w ; r - present wlio i-njoyed t h e *-ve- n i n p p l a y i n g f i v e h i i n d i v d . a n d u t t h e c o n c l u s i o n n, v e r y d e l i c i o u s t w o - c o u r s e l u n . ' h w a s u o r v e d . T h o o n t d f - t o w n gu -sts i n c l u d e d Mrs. K e n n e t h S a y l o r , K o - i x - r s c t , Mrs. I f . A . Ol.;.)'),! M e r l i n , M r s . Thomas C l a r k a n d MIsK .Mima H a r l i n g . S a l i s b u r y . M r ; , i l a r n f t t r f r e i v " d ;i n u m b e r o f v e r y b c a u t i l u l a n d us .'ful g i f t s , M i s s l , e t ! i r o C ' o l l i n s , who had b o t n i i t n p l o y e d MI K l u a b i . - t h , N. J., and her j i r i t - n d . M i s s V e r o n i c a Maddon o f ! . I c r s r y C i l .-. N. .).. a r r i v e d h e r e Satu r d a y a n d w i l l s p e n d t w o wo(.-k:i at t h e h o m e o f ( h o f o r m e r ' s p a r o t i f t , l r . a n d .Mrs. C,. \V. C o l l i n s , Sr. T l i t y u i o l o i v - d 1 ere in Mi.ss M a d d e n ' s cur a n d o n t h ' t r i p rnalf stop.-; a t I ' l i i l a d e l p h i a , W a s h i n g t o n and o t h e r j places, l.'pon t h e i r r e t u r n M i s R Col i iin:-i w i l l KO t o N e w Y o r k C i t y w h e r e ! ,,he hn.s a.ict'ptod a p o s i t i o n . i Miss P a u l i n o Saylor, who is t i t i e u d - j :os colle-s^ in C u m b e r l a n d , accom-- i tiatiiod by her f r i e n d , Miss M c D o n a l d ! o f ( h a t i-l'.y. came u p F r i d a y a n d i t ' - j i n a i n e d i n t i l S u n d a y at the h o m e of j t h e f o r m e r ' s p a r e n t s , M r . trad M r s , . l o h n S a y ' o r . I Misses t.'rai-i- Schrocl-c and A n n a i LIH e m p l o y e d in A k r o n , O., s p e n t t h e j w e e k - i - n d h e r e w i t h r e l a t i v e s a n d ; f r i e n d s . ( Mrs. K.iss, \V'-irner and M i s s Mi-Hot- l u i v o r e t u r n e ' d from a w i t h t r i e i n s i n . l o h n s t c w n . \ Mrs. , I . l i n e s P h i l l i p s a n d d a . u ' a i o r , Miss K a n n i c - of K a i r r n o n l , VS'. ':i., nrv.\ s p e n d i n g a f e w d i i y s h e r e w i t h I l i o j fornx-r's son-;, C. A. and i l o w n n l ; P h i l l i p s nid i h i - i r f a m i l i e s . ! Miss . I n l i a S h o e m a k e r of Sotncr.-jet ; w.i:s a v v k - ' - i i d v i s i t o r hero a t t h e homo of her r e l a t i v e s . Mr. t u i d Mi-,}.. C.. M i l l e r . Meyors a v e n u e . M r s . I . e l a n d Becker a n d d a u g h t e r . { \1;irKar of F a i r m o n t , \V. v i a i t t r i i - : w i d i t l i e D i n n e r ' s D r . a n d Mrs. H r u e e I . i c h t y . M r . a t d M r s . I d r i s H u t b . - r a n d r h i h i r o t ! of C o n u e l l s v i i l e cam · S a t u r d a y f"i' a v i s i t w i t h M r s . n ,:t'h r'*. p a r e n t s . .Mr. a r i d A i r s . S. .1. l i t ; - k h - y . H e s u l t s '. Adti. tn Ttl«» Dnily (.'fiirlor. T!:o C(.«at w aaoall, rotntUs ar? big. f ' l e a s a u t w a Dii S a t u r d a y Mr. a n d M r s . ,1 c o v o r e d - d i - . - h s u p f o r u i c i l C h u r c ' - i i T h u r s d a y e v e n i t : t ' a t v o t i i / . o t l t i n 'I'u Siirn K C N l O N T H U ' N . b e e n ri.-ceivi'd V M i c h a e l H e r k o u Y o r k t h a t A i r . I n l ' l l e y A i e a d o r t . - : b'» i n I ' l i i o u t o v . p l e t e l i n a l d « ' t a hei'i.. of a b r a i n i a n t i t a c t n r t ; i t i t : of M o u n t c a l I t r hereHI: 11 v . 11. \\Ymd at tende-d er ui. l!le F i r s t H M o u n t I ' l e a - u i u . i o who advert!st. (·(dry Contnici. M a r , - h 4 . W o r d h a o t n o t l i c i a l s of t h e j du; ·] i x C o m p a n y o f N e w [ filed. An a (·oinmiliop be nutr: lo J farriisbtirg to go i n t o t h e qiKistion and that one ;norj ber on t h e commit. wo IK somo one otttskle council. \V'.';ilo a motion was adopted lo t a k e t'.ils n t « ]i tio ooni- t u i t t e - j wa«i named. A f t e r receiving ! - i n f o r i n a t o n f r o m l i a r r i s b u r j ; it in the -| pur:oso of c o u n c i l to call a public j row I ins and (rear t h r citizens on tho , I tor S.' ?G!), ] 1 . Hty.'vnn/; w l i i c h W H S s-ont in ))« rot;eiv«l and l l h r l i S P I T T S f i l . ' U C . t'Sl. a v e r a g e si v e r s i l y )'|-i M o r r o w , 1 \, ill' X) per i a n i m a t i o n s h e (tool A\cni« i c. ! M a r . h .|. T h e l i i ^ ' h - j si i d e m . I J t K [ i « ' s t i o I ' u i - ; p a - a t o r y School, J o h n nc de a .general average 1 - t i ) i n H i e m i d - y e ; i r e\- · " n , l v . 'French Ambassatlor ' Visit j Dying Jurist Kli.i v i s i t M. Paul Cl tude!, French Ambassador to the United Slates. leaving the Taft 1 onie after visiting the bedside of former Chief Justice T«ft, who; condition had become SP grave hat the attending phy- siciana ga ,t up hops of hig IB- oixlinancn WM.H p?i'-«/d to widen stroe-l lx;twvr:i r-'prinK a n d orvoit- H t r c e t t i . Six [oe.t w i l l }tp. si! off the n i d r w a l l ; on one :--idc [ a m i f o u r feet, on l.tio fillx'T. t 'l'h: p r o p o r t y c o m m i H e e was in- ·'Kf.rtick'*! lo l a l i n oni. inHiiran-.« and look a f t e r ( M o t o w n clock. Also it was ordered t h a t tin 1 l i ^ l t l . b u r n In the clock a l l n i g h t . Mrs. iMary Tour, 7D yf-ai-s old, was roprcKC-ntt'd by Terrenco Oonne-lly, who iitiked that she bo exonerated of he-:- tax. Council w i l l ask tho county conmiltisioners to roduco tlie v a l u a t i o n of lior ])ro])(rty. An o r d i n a n c e f i x i n g tho rnillago at 1C for 1930 wa« adopted. A light wa« otxlcrt-d placed at llum- b a u g h and Depot stroeffl. It WIR decidoil to erect a Iniilding 1 for tho flro d e p a r t m e n t lo store tho i old fire t r u c k and the c a r n i v a l oijnip- ' t i i ' - n t . 1 3Irs. ('iil)icrtnc Knth 88. i Mr. and Mrs, J o h n I/. R u t h enter-' i taiuiKl at a t u r k e y d i n n e r Saturday in | oV*ervtt!ic« of tho SSth birthday a n n i - versary of the former':', mother, Mrs. Catherine Ijovo H u t h . Covers were laid for '-·;! g^ue«tn, mc-rnlxjre of the Liove f a m i l y . GueHl.w were, present; from Pittsburj;, A V i l k l t i s b u r g , Scottdale, Tarr an-.l Mount Pleasant. The color KclH'-mo wan yellow and p i n k , calendars and pink Lipped tu!ip« being tified. The favors wero crystal bouquets. Many b o u n t i f u l gifts and flowers were received. Guild OHicprs Insfnllcd. The Otlcrbe-iii C! til Id of t h e United T'.rethren Church ni«t. at the c h u r c h last evening. Elizabeth KortriglU had charge ol! dcvoJions. Ixinra ^ AVer Is read ;i paper, "doing to .leruealeiu." A l e t t e r was read by Violet Wert* f r o m a pirl at Canton. Chine, a chincf.e K\Y\ 14 ywiru of ago, thanking i he f t u i l d for its Christinas box. ln: t a l l a t o n of officers A\-;I« conducted ly -Jev. .i. If. D r i d i n u m . They arc: 'resident, Huth B r i d i g u m ; vicotpi-csl-' · i o n t , Violet. Werle; necreiary Irene treasurer, Until Harrer; of literature, Laura Werta; .liank ofl'erinK secretary, Virginia I K o r t r l g h l ; colleetorfs. (iet-trudo White | · .ind Miry L n v e r n c - C i l f s m i l h ; patron- j j e*ss, Mrs. ,1. II. B r i d i ^ u m ; a l e w a r d e h l p · secretary, Evelyn By em. Misses A r - j mead Queer and I r e n e Porejt \ern j Tribnle In N. A. Corf. ! liev. .1. 10. l l a f l m a u , pastor of t h e ! He-Union l'resh.y|.-riaii OnircJi. in hi:;! weekly b u l l e t i n o f t h e c h u r c h pays t h e : f o l l o w i n g t r i b u t e to the late N", A. Cort: "The d e a t h - o f Mr. Kevin A. Cort r*i- orever buying dirt ashes Automatic Gas Heating is the answer to this big domestic problem Is your fuel supp y almost exhausted? Are you debating witi yourself whether to buy additional fuel to bridge the gap between winter and sumnrer? ^·1v . .. Why not postpone forever buying dirt and ashes? A Gas Home Heating Unit installed in your present heating plant will make it completely autorratic. Then you can have any temperature you desire in your home. Warm days--just a slight turn of the thermostat and you have sufficient heat to keep the home comfor :ab!e. Sudden changes in the .weather-- you sut the thermostat at seventy and have comfortable warmth over the entire house. Jhere are plenty of cold days ahead in which fco enjoy the Ga:; Nome Heating Unit-- clean, dependable, convenient heat easily adjusted to any temperature. A Tepresenfcafciv 3 of the Gas Company will b© glad to teii you about this successful innovation in hcm heating. Only $13 Down Payment installs a Gas Heating Unit Now Pay No More Until Sept. 1 --then the balance in monthly installments with your gas bill f HE GAS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCE CO. Subsidiary of FAYETTE COUNTY GA3 CO. 302 S. Pittsbtirg St. COLUMBIA IYSTEM Phone 322 A A.AAA^AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Hi nrc h. an born and ei ueatcd nevc'i 1 IIH- a d h e r e d moves frm our c h u r c h ro 1 one whose standing in M o u n t Ple-asa 1 t and 'Western P e n n s y l v a n i a *vits mil ked. Iio was a. man ol! no o r t i m i r y a' i l i t y , whose g i f t s were generally ror igni/.ed a n d appreciated. lie was dtss- '.ended from a f a m i l y promin-'ni in chiiri'.h and state. ll.i« f a t h e ; w n d ,';!.x nn.:U;;( wore mlnlKtei'H In th-o J J e f o r m c i Cljurc;)i anxl his own alToctio'i for II which h« ' waned. for l;im:u;lf s t a u n c h l y to the ol ! tho (lor,p-l. l t ( student. oC tho S c r i p t u r e ; and in ways not commonly k n o w n wa . loyal to the KUindiirtis he recogni/eil conservative ;ind reveror iug the latter d a j s of his lingering i l l ness ho ntudied I'rov^ rTjs and AcUi a n d mailu d i l i g e n t uso · E tho Pento- eoK-t-iU booldct. r-et'onlly · istribnted by tho sesKion. To him etc mil peace, to all his family, uKsuirane* of our cffec- tionat'e prayers and com olation." Last Clue to Fate of Carl Ben Eielson n n earnest mil was of a spirit. lnr- Confluen ce COiVFIAj'ENCE, .Marc 4.-- One of the worst enow st.orm* to visit t h i s place this winter occu -ret Sunday, lasting throughout t.hc lay and night svhich came as a. s u r p r ; ;e considering tho nice wetvther of til · day proiotis. Prank Anderson of I istonburg wu« among the bu«incia vi- itors in town . William Love of Coi nollsvillo was in town yesterday on usiness. W. DcHaven, wlio w us called here last -woelt on account f the d e a t h , of hi« mother, Mrs. Delia- an ut Addleon, ha« r e t u r n e d to his ho no at Chicago, Mai ilosU'tter lia^-i n iiirncd from a husineos visit to Smiu -set. Mrs. E. S. Thoimiri vus cil!c't to Kitireliaiioe .Sulnrday in a c c o u n t of the datii of an i n f a n t son of her son, TLoiuud. On account of nu The end of an epic in heroism is clearly defined above as it is pictured how the wrecked Eielson plane appeared to the first searchers. It was almost covered with Winier snowa and narta of · · the plane were scattered all around. The nose can be seen in the foreground, while the broken wing sticks out of a snow bnnk. injury to his foot her husband could not accompany her. Thomas Brown, who lias lx?en ill, i« able to be out. and nroiuwl again. Mrs. John Hyatt: of Drakf-town left, Saturday for n visit, w i t h !riem!fl at KocJs wood. Use Classified A d s , Cos is small. Results are big. Detroit Miiralli in ]ann EmU-d. Li;.- C t i r u a rn.-st. DKTI10IT, Mtiit-h ·(.--A. Tnarailuni dance w h i c h ha! Ijoon n i u n i n g more t h a n 107 days in Kami. Octroi!, was closed s h o r t l y a f ' t - r m i d n i g h t by m z i n a p p i n p n t al'tv · t l m n h o r l f t ' pcared with w a r i n n l H a^ain.-;! i h remaining c o n t o f t a n t s :iiu-Ring orderly conduct Walker Warns "JU-ds." NKW Y O H K , Mar.-h ·!.-- Ma .fanuss J. VVulke'r lout n i g h i i.«:.-ue w a r n i n g to CoininuniH! s )lia;. dprn s t r i i t i o n s niiiy he !HI-| "only ;n pro 'i'c ' ! l )!ar ' P!: -" ! l f Praised i h o police ) J b r o a k i i i R u p recent a t i - m p t K t d«'ii fr.r i rtrationi-, d i s - ! tUXT

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